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Posted on 2004-08-10
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When I try to execute a MS Access report I receive an error msg referring to ntdll.dll and I need to close the DB.
Any help?
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by:dkmj17
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I'd just reinstall access... straight forward- and it will almost certainly fix it...

Mike
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by:dannywareham
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Bad installation I'm afraid...

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by:ctrunk514
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I have tried re-installing Access, it did not fix the problem

Then I tried re-isntalling office with access and that did not fix the problem

I tried re-installing the whole OS and that fixed the problem for a while, then i got this error again.


IT seems that once I get this error then I have to re-install the OS or Access will just close when trying to run these reports.
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by:dannywareham
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There's a patch on the link I posted - that should help you..

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by:dkmj17
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hmm... something must be pretty messed up... or you have some other app that's messing things up... if you have been doing all this stuff... you could perhaps just go the reformat route...

Mie
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by:stevbe
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are you making any win32 api calls in your app?

Steve
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A514Style earned 325 total points
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Check out tech artical 294301 for some basic MS Access trouble shooting info.
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by:ctrunk514
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It ended up being a corrupt database which your tech artical identified. Thanks for the help ;-)

514
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